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Competition It's been a tough week for Doubleclick, bless 'em. Our beloved readers have let rip on the subject of cookies, and have left the ad-trafficking giant a sobbing mess.

Well, someone out there must love Doubleclick. And if you do, you could win a dartboard by expressing that love.

That's right - in celebration of the fact that we use Doubleclick Dart for our own ads, we are giving away four dart boards complete with a set of darts. This is your real pukka darts board, mind you, as seen on TV and everything.

Where, you were wondering, did we obtain these amazing items? Well, they come courtesy of Hotbot, a Terra Lycos concern. Why they decided to send them to us we have no idea whatsoever. But we're glad they did.

All you have to do is complete the following sentence: "I love Doubleclick because...", in 20 words or less. Email your suggestions to us here. Mark the subject of your email 'Hotbot'. The competition ends on Friday 22 June at 5.00pm BST. Best four entries get the goodies.

So it's unsheath yer arrows and up to the oche. Keep 'em clean and make 'em funny. ®

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